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People are Dying in the Streets: Interview With a Bolivian Socialist

Left Voice spoke with Juana Runa, a member of the Liga Obrera Revolucionaria - Cuarta Internacional (LOR-CI) and Bread and Roses in Bolivia, about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bolivia and the insufficient response by the current interim coup government.

Left Voice

June 18, 2020

Down With the Right-Wing Coup in Bolivia!

Down with the coup in Bolivia! U.S., hands off Bolivia and Latin America!

Left Voice

November 10, 2019

Brazilian Socialists Repudiate Bolsonaro’s Celebration of ‘64 Coup

On Sunday, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro ordered the celebration of Brazil’s 1964 coup, which established a military dictatorship. Below, we reprint a repudiation of this from Left Voice’s sister website in Brazil, Esquerda Diário.

“There are only two alternatives — the dictatorship of the proletariat or the military dictatorship”: Letter from the Cordones Industriales to President Salvador Allende

We republish a letter sent by the Santiago regional Coordinating Committee of the Cordones Industriales to President Salvador Allende one week before the bloody military coup in Chile, 1973. The letter highlights the immediate danger of military dictatorship, and demands an end to the policy of reconciliation.

Left Voice

September 11, 2018

Hope is with the youth, the Kurds and the working class

More than 45,000 workers have been suspended and more than 8,000 are being held. The declaration of the “State of Emergency” is part of a bonapartist offensive by Erdoğan. In this interview Kaan Onat, a young Turkish militant in Germany analyzes the situation for youth, workers and the universities.

Kaan Onat

July 23, 2016

Erdoğan Declares State of Emergency

Following last week's attempted coup, Turkish President Erdoğan declared a three-month state of emergency, signaling the real “coup” against workers' and people's freedoms.

Mehmet Yılmaz

July 21, 2016